This is a fantastic album. I haven't been able to put this away since it was released weeks ago. It spans a range of styles from the catchy, Foals-like math-rock feel of "Horses Fell," to the danceable pop of "Pretty Girls," to the undeniable energy of "Close to Me." I would listen to it even more often if I weren't afraid of wearing it out.
The Darcy's' first, eponymous album was interesting, jazzy shoe-gaze. I'm not a Steely Dan fan, but Their full cover of Aja brought a fresh look to the original. Both albums showed promise, but I was really impressed with how much they've grown in the past 18 months. The lyrics are a little self-absorbed, but they're wonderfully evocative. The musical arrangements are lavish, layered tapestries that continue to intrigue after multiple listens.
One other reviewer complains that this is categorized as rock. If you want to get hung up on a labels, stick with the major labels; they won't sign a band unless they fit neatly in an existing pigeon hole. If you bring an open mind, though, Warring will reward you.